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Installing Motorola V276 Flex Cable 



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Installing Motorola V276 Flex Cable 



Tools used in this guide 


Parts relevant to this guide 


• Plastic Openinq Tools 


• Motorola V276 Flex Cable 


• Spudqer 




• T6 Torx Screwdriver 




• Your Hands 





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Step 1 - Battery 

• Locate the silver button near the bottom of the back of 
your phone. 

• Press the button with one hand while sliding the back 
cover of the phone away from the antenna. 

• The back cover should slide off easily. 




Step 2 

• Insert the spudger near one corner of the battery 
(preferably one furthest from the phone's antenna). 

• With a firm grip, gently lift the end of your tool up. The 
battery should easily raise out of its place. 

• Now that the battery is easy to get a hold it, use your 
hands to take the battery out of the phone. 



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Step 3 

• Note the metal connections on the phone, which are 
now exposed with the battery removed. 

• There are corresponding metal connectors on the 
replacement battery. 

• When you install the battery, be sure both connectors 
are matched up. Otherwise, your battery will be unable 
to supply power to your phone. 




Step 4 - Motherboard 

• Use Spudger to remove rubber plug from upper left 
corner of the back of the phone 



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StepS 

• Using a Hex T6 screwdriver, remove the 4 screws 
holding the back plate of the phone in place 




Step 6 

• There will be three tabs holding the back plastic plate in 

• To remove the back plate, pull the tabs towards the 
outside of the phone and lift the plate up simultaneously 

• Be careful when removing the back plate; 
don't put too much stress on the back plate 
or the plastic may snap 



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Step 7 

• Remove the flex from the mother board using the 
Spudger 

• Be delicate while removing the ribbon cable 
because it is slightly fragile and it is 
necessary for the phone to function 



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Step 8 

• Gently peel back the motherboard from the main part of 
the phone. 



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Step 9 - Flex Cable 

• Remove the keypad from the bottom half of the phone. 




Step 10 

• Detach bottom half of phone by pulling out on the 
bottom half and pulling up on the top half 

• A small amount of force is necessary to pull 



the two pieces apart but be careful because 
the plastic may break 



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Step 11 

• Using the iPod remover tool, remove the front cover of 
the phone 




Step 12 

• Remove the four screws holding in the metal cover. 



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Step 13 



• Using the spudger remove the plastic protector case 
around the camera 




Step 14 

• Using iPod remover tool peel off gold sticker that holds 
the flex cable in place 




Step 15 



• Slide flex cable through the tiny slit located in the hole 
on the side of the frame 



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Step 16 

• Slide Flex cable through the rectangular hole in the 
bottom half of the frame 




Step 17 

• Remove the flex cable and the green logic board (still 
connected) from the frame of the phone 



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Step 18 

• Using the Spudger detach the flex from the green logic 
board 



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